Thursday, June 22, 2006


Select water-rich foods, such as grapes and hot cereal, instead
of denser choices like raisins and bagels. It's true: Foods high in
water can help you feel fuller on fewer calories, according to a new
study from Pennsylvania State University in University Park.
When meals and snacks - including pizza, muffins and casseroles -
were altered to include more water-rich fruits and vegetables,
women ate 23 percent fewer calories a day. The participants, 24
women ages 19-35, say they felt just as satisfied as when they ate
regular meals.


Chana said...

i think you ought to work in one of those centers that help people loose weight. you are incredible with info and your sweet demeneour is just what any person needs. thank you for your wonderful advice. hope you are well. hugs.

Nikki said...

I love to eat grits, but I don't know if that's considered a cereal or not.
I was wondering if you knew of a good way to get rid of water weight..does green tea work or should I just stick to 8-10 glasses of plain ole water?